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  • JKJC 2021
    The 15th Japan - Korea Joint Conference on Surgery for Cerebral Stroke
    NEW Horizon in Cerebrovascular Surgery

    September 10(Fri.), 2021
    JAPAN_ Online Conference / Zoom
    KOREA_ Grand Walkerhill Seoul / Online Conference

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September 10(Fri.), 2021

Room/Code Time Session / Title Speaker Affiliation
Room A 08:50-09:00 Opening Remarks  
  08:50-08:55 Opening Remark Seung-Chyul HONG President of the 15th JKJC
  08:55-09:00 Congratulatory Remark Woo-Kyung KIM President of Congress, KNS
Room A 09:00-10:00 Plenary session  
Chairs: Teiji TOMINAGA (Tohoku Univ, Japan)  
Chang Wan OH (Seoul Nat'l Univ, Korea)  
PL-1 09:00-09:15 Bypass surgical skills are essential for cerebrovascular neurosurgeons in Japan in a new era Toru IWAMA Gifu Univ, Japan
PL-2 09:15-09:30 Minimally invasive cerebrovascular surgery in endovascular era Jaechan PARK Kyungpook Nat'l Univ, Korea
PL-3 09:30-09:45 Neurovascular surgeon's role in stroke management in Korea and Japan Jun C. TAKAHASHI Kindai Univ, Japan
PL-4 09:45-10:00 Neurovascular surgeon's role in stroke management in Korea and Japan Seok-Mann YOON President of KoNES, Soonchunhyang Univ, Korea
Room A 10:10-11:10 Symposium I  
    Updates for the treatment of carotid stenosis  
Chairs: Masaaki UNO (Kawasaki Medical School, Japan)  
Hyeonseon PARK (Inha Univ, Korea)  
SY 1-1 10:10-10:25 Management of carotid stenosis based on MRI-detected intraplaque hemorrhage Kazumichi YOSHIDA Kyoto Univ, Japan
SY 1-2 10:25-10:40 Carotid stenting from the perspective of technical evolution Seong-Rim KIM The Catholic Univ of Korea, Korea
SY 1-3 10:40-10:55 Therapeutic strategy for carotid artery stenosis with emphasis on cerebral blood flow and plaque characteristics Ichiro NAKAGAWA Nara Medical Univ, Japan
SY 1-4 10:55-11:10 Modified clamping methods for reducing cerebral ischemia during carotid endarterectomy without intra-operative shunt Tae-Sun KIM  Chonnam Nat'l Univ, Korea
Room B 10:10-11:10 Symposium II  
    Surgical strategies for the treatment of cerebral artery dissecting aneurysm  
Chairs: Akio MORITA (Nippon Medical School, Japan)  
O-Ki KWON (Seoul Nat'l Univ, Korea)  
SY 2-1 10:10-10:25 Treatment strategy and problems in endovascular treatment of intracranial dissecting aneurysms Kazuya KANEMARU Univ of Yamanashi, Japan
SY 2-2 10:25-10:40 Various surgical techniques for the treatment of dissecting aneurysm Jae Seung BANG Seoul Nat'l Univ, Korea
SY 2-3 10:40-10:55 Advantage of direct surgery in treating ruptured dissecting aneurysms Katsumi TAKIZAWA Japanese Red Cross Asahikawa Hospital, Japan
SY 2-4 10:55-11:10 Endovascular treatment of ruptured dissecting aneurysm, promising alternative? Jae Hoon SUNG  The Catholic Univ of Korea, Korea
Room A 11:20-12:20 Symposium III  
    The role of neurovascular surgeons in the era of the 4th industrial revolution  
Chairs: Kiyohiro HOUKIN (Hokkaido Univ, Japan)  
Hyeon Song KOH (Chungnam Nat'l Univ, Korea)  
SY 3-1 11:20-11:35 Development of a digital supporting system for neuroendovascular therapy Kuniyasu NIIZUMA Tohoku Univ, Japan
SY 3-2 11:35-11:50 How to realize augmented intelligence (AI) in medicine via artificial intelligence (AI)? Sungmoon JEONG Kyungpook Nat'l Univ, Korea
SY 3-3 11:50-12:05 Innovative virtual reality surgical simulation for cerebrovascular disease Taichi KIN The Univ of Tokyo, Japan
SY 3-4 12:05-12:20 What machines have learned from us and what we have learned from machines Tackeun KIM Seoul Nat'l Univ, Korea
Room B 11:20-12:20 Symposium IV  
    Updates for the treatment of dAVF and AVMs  
Chairs: Hiroyuki NAKASE (Nara Medical Univ, Japan)  
Bum-Tae KIM (Soonchunhyang Univ, Korea)  
SY 4-1 11:20-11:35 Treatment selection and outcome of dural arteriovenous fistulas: A comparison before and after Onyx introduction in Japan Naoki AKIOKA The Univ of Toyama, Japan
SY 4-2 11:35-11:50 Diagnosis and management of venous predominant AVM, a rare type of cerebral AVM Jeong Eun KIM Seoul Nat'l Univ, Korea
SY 4-3 11:50-12:05 Nationwide multicenter survey on surgery for unruptured arteriovenous malformation in Japan Yasushi MOTOYAMA Osaka Police Hospital, Japan
SY 4-4 12:05-12:20 Embolization with PHIL for cerebral AVM or AVF: Single center experience Soon Chan KWON Ulsan Univ, Korea
Room A 13:00-13:40 Special Lecture  
Chair: Seung-Chyul HONG (Sungkyunkwan Univ, Korea)  
SL 13:00-13:40 Cavernous Malformation: Emerging concept? Giuseppe LANZINO Mayo Clinic, USA
Room A 13:50-14:50 Symposium V  
    How to avoid complications in large and broad neck aneurysm in surgery and embolization   
Chairs: Hiroaki SHIMIZU (Akita Univ, Japan)  
Jin Yang JOO (Yonsei Univ, Korea)  
SY 5-1 13:50-14:05 The surgical essence for preservation of perforators and branch arteries in the aneurysmal clipping and bypass combined surgery Naoki NAKAYAMA Kashiwaba Neurosurgical Hospital, Japan
SY 5-2 14:05-14:20 Some memorable experiences of the surgical treatment of large and giant aneurysms and broad neck aneurysms Young-Gyun JEONG Inje Univ, Korea
SY 5-3 14:20-14:35 How to avoid complications in large and broad neck aneurysm in endovascular therapy Shinichi YOSHIMURA Hyogo College of Medicine, Japan
SY 5-4 14:35-14:50 Advent of various endovascular treatments in treating large and broad neck aneurysm Yong Sam SHIN The Catholic Univ of Korea, Korea
Room B 13:50-14:50 Symposium VI  
    Current treatment of acute ischemic stroke   
Chairs: Kuniaki OGASAWARA (Iwate Medical Univ, Japan)  
Jun Seok KOH (Kyunghee Univ, Korea)  
SY 6-1 13:50-14:05 Early assessment and management of patients with acute ischemic stroke Seung Young CHUNG Eulji Univ, Korea
SY 6-2 14:05-14:20 Optimization of endovascular treatment for AIS ~ What is the best way for East Asians? Yukiko ENOMOTO Gifu Univ, Japan
SY 6-3 14:20-14:35 Thrombectomy, embolectomy, and bypass surgery for acute ischemic stroke Hideaki ONO Fuji Brain Institute and Hospital, Japan
SY 6-4 14:35-14:50 Mechanical thrombectomy in large diffusion-weighted imaging lesions: Lower chance but still a chance Jae Hyung CHOI Dong-A Univ, Korea
Room A 15:00-16:15 Symposium VII  
    How to manage intracranial aneurysms in extreme age groups   
Chairs: Michiyasu SUZUKI (Yamaguchi Univ, Japan)  
Jae Min KIM (Hanyang Univ, Korea)  
SY 7-1 15:00-15:15 Comprehensive management of elderly subarachnoid hemorrhage Norihito SHIMAMURA Hirosaki Univ, Japan
SY 7-2 15:15-15:30 Endovascular treatment without general anesthesia in elderly patients Dae Won KIM Wonkwang Univ, Korea
SY 7-3 15:30-15:45 The treatment strategy for cerebral aneurysm in elder patients Daina KASHIWAZAKI The Univ of Toyama, Japan
SY 7-4 15:45-16:00 Clipping for elderly patients with unruptured intracranial aneurysms Jae Whan LEE Yonsei Univ, Korea
SY 7-5 16:00-16:15 Medical considering points to the treatment of cerebral aneurysms in the extreme old age group Taek Kyun NAM Chung-Ang Univ, Korea
Room B 15:00-16:15 Symposium VIII  
    How to treat blood-blister like ICA aneurysm  
Chairs: Hiroyuki KINOUCHI (Yamanashi Univ, Japan)  
In Sung PARK (Gyeongsang Nat'l Univ, Korea)  
SY 8-1 15:00-15:15 Surgical results of early high-flow bypass and trapping for ruptured blood blister-like aneurysm of internal carotid artery Yuichiro KIKKAWA  Saitama Prefecture Cardiovascular and Respiratory Center, Japan
SY 8-2 15:15-15:30 Endovascular treatment of blood-blister like ICA aneurysms: Clinical experience and long term outcome Yong Cheol LIM Ajou Univ, Korea
SY 8-3 15:30-15:45 Wrap-clipping for ruptured blood-blister like aneurysm of the internal carotid artery Hideyuki YOSHIOKA The Univ of Yamanashi, Japan
SY 8-4 15:45-16:00 Site specific surgical strategies of blood blister like aneurysm in the internal carotid artery - A retrospective single center study over 20 years Sung-Pil JOO Chonnam Nat'l Univ, Korea
SY 8-5 16:00-16:15 Review of treatment and outcome of blister-like aneurysms Sukh Que PARK Soonchunhyang Univ, Korea
Room A 16:30-18:00 Video session  
    Surgical and endovascular approaches and techniques for the safety of cerebrovascular surgery  
Chairs: Yoko KATO (Fujita Health Univ, Japan)  
Koji IIHARA (National Cerebral and Cardiovascular Center, Japan)  
Sung Don KANG (Wonkwang Univ, Korea)  
VS-1 16:30-16:45 Hybrid approach for the complex cerebrovascular disease Koichi ARIMURA Kyushu Univ, Japan
VS-2 16:45-17:00 Minimal invasive cerebrovascular surgery for aneurysm or ischemic disease Ik Seong PARK  The Catholic Univ of Korea, Korea
VS-3 17:00-17:15 Endovascular treatment using a new generation angio-suit Toshio HIGASHI Fukuoka Univ. Chikushi Hospital, Japan
VS-4 17:15-17:30 Endovascular treatment of direct carotid-cavernous fistula Hyun-Seung KANG Seoul Nat'l Univ, Korea
VS-5 17:30-17:45 Combined revascularization surgery for an infantile patient with moyamoya disease Tomohito HISHIKAWA Okayama Univ, Japan
VS-6 17:45-18:00 Rescue bypass surgery for iatrogenic internal carotid artery injury during skull base surgery Jae Sung AHN Ulsan Univ, Korea
Room B 16:30-18:00 Symposium IX  
    Recent debates in moyamoya disease  
Chairs: Susumu MIYAMOTO (Kyoto Univ, Japan)  
Jong-Soo KIM (Sungkyunkwan Univ, Korea)  
Dong-Jun LIM (Korea Univ, Korea)  
SY 9-1 16:30-16:45 Hemorrhagic moyamoya disease Takeshi FUNAKI Kyoto Univ, Japan
SY 9-2 16:45-17:00 Rete middle cerebral artery anomalies: A differential diagnosis of moyamoya disease Yong Bae KIM Yonsei Univ, Korea
SY 9-3 17:00-17:15 Genetics of moyamoya disease Satoru MIYAWAKI The Univ of Tokyo, Japan
SY 9-4 17:15-17:30 Long-term outcomes of revascularization surgery in adult moyamoya disease: A review of current practices Kwan-Sung LEE The Catholic Univ of Korea, Korea
SY 9-5 17:30-17:45 Intrinsic perioperative hemodynamics after STA-MCA bypass in adult moyamoya disease patients: Serial SPECT study Miki FUJIMURA Hokkaido Univ, Japan
SY 9-6 17:45-18:00 Moyamoya disease and extracranial systemic arteriopathy Je Young YEON Sungkyunkwan Univ, Korea